Anita Zednik

I am an Assistant Professor at the Institute for Markets and Strategy, Vienna University of Economics and Business (WU Wien).

My research areas: experimental economics, voting behaviour, social preferences and cultural economics.


You can download my CV here.

Working papers

The effects of a 'None of the above' ballot paper option on voting behavior and election outcomes (with Attila Ambrus and Ben Greiner) . June 2020 [Download]

Public preferences for heritage conservation strategies: a choice-modelling approach (with David Throsby and Jorge Araῆa). New Working Paper soon


Refereed journal articles

Trust and age: An experiment with current and former students, Economics Letters, 181, 2019, 37-39 (with Ben Greiner). [Article]

Multiple job-holding and artistic careers: some empirical evidence, Cultural Trends, 20: 1, 2011 (with David Throsby). [Article]

Brand management models of major consulting firms, advertising agencies and market research companies: A categorisation and positioning analysis of models offered in Germany, Switzerland and Austria, Journal of Brand Management, 15, 5: 301-11, 2008 (with Andreas Strebinger). [Article]

Books, book chapters and reports

The economic and cultural value of paintings: some empirical evidence, in: V.A. Ginsburgh and D Throsby (eds.), Handbook of the Economics of Art and Culture, Elsevier, Volume 2, 2014, 81-100 (with David Throsby). [Chapter]

Minimum income requirements of creative artists: some empirical results, in: Borges, Vera and Costa, Pedro (eds.), Criatividade e instituições : novos desafios à vida dos artistas e dos profissionais da cultura, Lisbon: Imprensa de Ciências Sociais, 2012, p.37-47 (with David Throsby). [Download Chapter]

Do You Really Expect To Get Paid? An economic study of professional artists in Australia, Australia Council, Sydney, 2010 (with David Throsby). [Download Report]

Marken-Modelle der Praxis, Darstellung, Analyse und kritische Würdigung, in: Günter Schweiger (ed.), Werbe-und Markenforschung, Wiesbaden: Deutscher Universitäts-Verlag, 2005 (with Andreas Strebinger). [Book]